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BT Is Behind Schedule on $1.74 Billion Contract, Risking Fine
BT Group Plc, Britain's biggest phone company, is as much as one year behind schedule on a 996 million-pound ($1.74 billion) computer network-services contract with the U.K. health service, running the risk of a second fine. ... Comments (0)
Source: Bloomberg
Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

IT offers a cure for the global healthcare industry
Executives Jeffrey Rideout and Pierre-Paul Allard discuss the Cisco vision for 'connected health' ... Comments (0)
Source: EMSNow, UK
Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Sony launches first still and moving video DICOM capture station
Sony has launched the BZMD-1 DICOM capture station, a next-generation device for the medical industry that will redefine the way in which surgical operations are recorded and visual medical information is used in today’s operating theatres. ... Comments (0)
Source: MTBeurope.info, UK
Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

University College London Hospitals go filmless with Agfa PACS
University College London Hospitals (UCLH) has installed Agfa's Impax picture archiving and communications system in its new £225 million building. All the sites within UCLH are expected to be fully digital by the end of October. ... Comments (0)
Source: MTBeurope.info, UK
Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

IU Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics celebrates five years of discoveries
It only turns 5 years old this month, but the Indiana University Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics has already brought to IU Bloomington $21 million for research, helped map two genomes and added about 40 employees to its burgeoning staff. ... Comments (0)
Source: Indiana University, US
Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

CEOs urge greater use of tech in health care
A group of high-tech executives -- including the heads of Intel, Hewlett-Packard and Applied Materials -- called Wednesday for a dramatic increase in the use of information technology in health care, particularly electronic medical records. ... Comments (0)
Source: SiliconValley.com, US
Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Cleaning up data for NPfIT
Cambridge-based Datanomic is offering a range of software tools for NHS trusts to help them prepare the large amount of data required for the information systems supplied by the National Programme for IT (NPfIT). ... Comments (0)
Source: BJHC.co.uk, UK
Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Johns Hopkins Launches Institute For Computational Medicine
A new Johns Hopkins institute will focus on the use of computers and information technology to identify diseases in their earliest stages and improve treatment. ... Comments (0)
Source: WBAL Channel.com, US
Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Beaufort Draws Blood Management Deal
Beaufort (S.C.) Memorial Hospital has signed an agreement with Care Fusion Inc. for wireless bar code technology for blood management at the point of care. ... Comments (0)
Source: Mobile Health Data, US
Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Long, Winding Road Ahead for RHIOs
U.S. hospitals have a lot of automating to do before regional health information organizations and complete electronic medical records can become pervasive, an expert who measures health care information technology implementation says. ... Comments (0)
Source: Health Data Management, US
Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Feds award contract to study providers’ EHR use
The government on Wednesday awarded a contract to the George Washington University and the Institute for Health Policy to measure the use of electronic health records among the nation’s healthcare providers. ... Comments (0)
Source: Healthcare IT News, US
Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe



Tech CEO group report highlights urgency of IT in healthcare
Top executives from nine of the nation’s leading technology companies are joining the chorus of those calling for the broader use of healthcare information technology. ... Comments (0)
Source: Healthcare IT News, US
Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

HHS plans annual health IT report card
A panel funded by the Department of Health and Human Services will develop an assessment in the next nine months of the progress the nation is making toward adopting health information technology. ... Comments (0)
Source: Government Health IT, US
Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Health records steps closer to going electronic
The Wyoming Healthcare Commission is recommending that the state spend $41 million over five years to create a statewide network of electronic health care records. ... Comments (0)
Source: Jackson Hole Star-Tribune, US
Posted: Wednesday, October 12, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Invest now in electronic health projects, says BCS
Health organisations should not wait for the national NHS IT systems to be put in place before investing in technologies such as telemedicine, say experts. ... Comments (0)
Source: Computing, UK
Posted: Wednesday, October 12, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Clarian Calls on MobileAccess
Clarian Health Partners has chosen wireless network technology from Vienna, Va.-based MobileAccess Networks for Clarian North Medical Center in Indianapolis. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. ... Comments (0)
Source: Mobile Health Data, US
Posted: Wednesday, October 12, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

BCBS Plan Refills E-Rx Demo
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield has extended its pilot program providing handheld devices that enable its physicians to transmit prescriptions and refills electronically to patient pharmacies. ... Comments (0)
Source: Mobile Health Data, US
Posted: Wednesday, October 12, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Cerner E-Records Pledge Rolls On
Last year, Cerner Corp. pledged a free electronic personal health record and health management tools to every child in the United States with Type 1 diabetes. One year into the 10-year commitment, the company has 2,800 children, 550 clinicians and 28 hospitals participating in the program. ... Comments (0)
Source: Health Data Management, US
Posted: Wednesday, October 12, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Conference puts spotlight on PHRs
Disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and the potential spread of avian flu highlight a critical need for personal health records and other technology tools in healthcare, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich told attendees at a personal health records conference Tuesday. ... Comments (0)
Source: Healthcare IT News, US
Posted: Wednesday, October 12, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Partners HealthCare launches home health pilot
Partners HealthCare has launched a pilot project aimed at providing better care for patients with leg wounds. The goal is to make it possible for a limited number of wound-care specialists to examine and treat more home health patients. The answer could be a cell phone camera. ... Comments (0)
Source: Healthcare IT News, US
Posted: Tuesday, October 11, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

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